Etiquette Snob here… lol
Once upon a time, info about Food to be served at an occasion was totally the discretion of the Host and not mentioned any where (*gasp*)
Today the norm (due to costs) is that often the info as to preferences is included on the RSVP / Reply Cards
With “further details” on the Wedding Website
Ie… RSVP Card may say:
___ Chicken Option
And the Website might say:
Chicken Provencal, pan seared and served in a garlic, caper, cherry tomato, Calamata olive. white wine, butter sauce
___ Fish Option
and the Website might say:
Salmon Fillet filled with an herb crabmeat stuffing and served with a lemon butter sauce
* All meals served with Oven Roasted Potatoes and Seasonal Vegetables
So the Wedding Website is a good place to find out additional info… and hopefully where the Guests will look to educate themselves about what is happening and if they have any Questions.
Lol, once upon a time, it was second nature that if a Guest had a Question they’d pick up the phone and call the Host…
I chuckle now at the crazy world we live in where people just don’t seem to have the common sense to do this any more.
In fact, once upon a time, it was quite polite, to call the Hostess and CONFIRM you got the Invitation, were excited to come, and double-check the details… ask any Questions and the obligatory “Is there anything we can do to help”
For Weddings that might be anything from … “What does the Bride & Groom need, as we will be bringing a gift”…
Thru to the more active… “We know you have a house filled with out-of-towners and tons to do… can we lend a hand” (pick someone up a the train station / airport ?)
Niceities that are sadly lacking now…
Still tho… the right place to put the “extras” is on your Website.
You want your Wedding Invites to look clean, sharp, and uncluttered for the most part.
Hope this helps,